Yesterday, Kratos Defense & Security Solutions announced that its subsidiary, RT Logic, released CyberC4TM, a family of cyber security products designed specifically for the satellite industry. As satellite networks become more netcentric, and therefore more vulnerable, missions can be impeded. The new product line addresses the major cyber security gaps in these satellite networks.
As an integrated solution, CyberC4 products provide a system-wide approach to the range of threats to satellite ground networks, from typical to worst-case scenarios. The product suite includes: CyberC4:Armor for hardening SATCOM equipment against exploits; CyberC4:Capture for protecting against insider threats; CyberC4:Alert for network-wide, real-time cyber security situational awareness; and CyberC4:Guard for AFSCN-related communications across black and red domains within secure networks. Each product can be used individually or integrated together as a unified and layered "defense in-depth" solution.
"The migration of satellite ground networks to IP-based technologies is delivering tremendous benefits in cost, performance, and interoperability, but along with increased cyber security risks," said Jerry Meleski, Vice President of RT Logic. "With the CyberC4 family of products, RT Logic is addressing that problem for our customers across the various cyber attack surfaces."
The CyberC4 products will be demonstrated at Kratos' booth at the National Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, CO, from April 16-19, 2012. Kratos will showcase its products in booth #408. For more information on the symposium, please visit www.nationalspacesymposium.org
For more information on the CyberC4 products, please visit www.RTLogic.com/cyber
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